Obsessing over an Abscessed Tooth
Date: September 28, 2011 Richard Jones


The experience of a painful toothache is something that cannot be ignored, for the discomfort may leave a person incapable of doing anything productive; some people even find it almost impossible to even move or speak in worse cases of an abscessed tooth. A tooth abscess occurs when the tooth (which may include the root) becomes infected, and spreads to the surrounding gum area; the most common cause of an abscessed tooth is tooth decay, but it can also arise from a dental injury.

A dental abscess can be avoided by practicing proper oral hygiene; this includes properly brushing your teeth on a regular basis and including toothpaste with fluoride, using dental floss to clean the spaces in between teeth, limiting the intake of food and beverages high in sugar, and regular dental checkups. You should go to your dentist immediately when the gums become swollen, or if pus is present in the area.

An abscessed tooth is not something that can be taken lightly, and it is best to do things that will ensure that this dental problem does not occur. However, if tooth abscess is already present, do not hesitate to go to your dentist so you can receive the proper dental treatment – before the problem worsens and can lead to further complications.

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